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20 percent of LGBTQ Americans report experiencing discrimination when applying for jobs.
Apprenticeships are not only for building or construction trades, but many industries ranging from IT to hospitality.
Career pathways have the potential to lead low-skill workers to higher-quality jobs over time.
The Kentucky programs have operated for less than a year, but each apprenticeship examined by Urban researchers demonstrates tangible, practical benefits.
After nearly half a century of declining union membership, collective bargaining may be primed for a comeback.
With unemployment at an all-time low, businesses’ needs for a skilled workforce are harder to meet.
Eight states are developing immediate intervention strategies for employees whose work is disrupted by an illness or injury.
Every year, millions of workers develop illnesses or suffer injuries that limit their ability to remain on the job.
Apprenticeships could provide millions of Americans with rewarding job and training opportunities—a shared goal of nearly every policymaker.
Amazon’s move has sparked debate, but the migration of firms and their corresponding jobs is seen as a barometer of business climate and economic health.

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